What you need to know
- Eve has announced a brand new indoor camera made exclusively for Apple HomeKit Secure Video.
- Eve Cam is coming in April 2020, and shoots 1080p up to 150 degrees, it even has night vision.
- It has also announced that Eve Water Guard will ship February 7, and Eve Energy will ship on February 4.
Eve has announced a brand new indoor camera made exclusively for Apple HomeKit Secure Video at CES 2020.
By way of a press release Eve said:
Eve Cam has several different modes, for example, it can deactivate when everyone is home. You can also set different notifications for motion, or when people or pets are detected. It has a 150-degree field of view and films 1080p video. It also has infrared night vision, and an integrated microphone and speaker so you can talk to people at home. It's got an adjustable base and can be installed just about anywhere. You just need an iPhone or iPad with iOS 13.2 or later, a HomePod or an Apple TV, and a 200GB iCloud storage plan. Eve Cam will arrive in early April 2020 and will cost $149.95.
Eve has also confirmed that its new Eve Water Guard will be released on February 7 2020. Water Guard is a HomeKit enabled leak detector that can sound an alarm if it senses water. It comes with a 6.5ft cable that senses water and is priced at $79.95.
Finally, Eve confirmed that its second generation of Eve Energy smart switches will also debut on February 4 for just $39.95.
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